|Quantity||Standard Price||Sale Price||Your Price|
|Branch Location||STOCK AVAILABILITY|
|Los Angeles, California||48|
|Chicago (Elgin), Illinois||7|
|San Francisco/Oakland (Union City), California||12/7/2023|
|New York Area (Secaucus, New Jersey)||12/4/2023|
|Boston (Taunton), Massachusetts||12/11/2023|
|Seattle (Kent), Washington||12/12/2023|
|Cleveland (Solon), Ohio||12/11/2023|
|Philadelphia Area (Moorestown, New Jersey)||12/8/2023|
|Las Vegas, Nevada||12/7/2023|
|San Diego, California||12/6/2023|
|Carolinas and Virginia, South Carolina||12/12/2023|
Glazing Thickness1/4 To 3/8
Wrist Circumference1/4 in. To 3/8 in. (6 mm To 10 mm)
- Very Popular with Commercial Glaziers
- Steel Wheel with 130º Angle
- An Excellent Choice for General Cutting
- Handle Stamped "02A"
- Classic Ball End Handle
The CRL Fletcher® 1/4" and Thicker Float Glass Cutter is widely used in the glass industry. It has a ball end handle that is very popular with professional glazier's and also features a 130º hone angle on the wheel with a phosphor bronze axle, the finest known bearing for glass cutter wheels.
Designed especially for float glass, these cutters are very smooth and produce a clean edge. The wider hone angle on the cutting wheel of this cutter reduces flaking and slivering when cutting glass up to 3/8" (10 mm) thick. Handle is stamped 02A.
Each cutter goes through 28 operations with 9 key inspections during the manufacturing process. Then they are tested on glass individually to make sure a smooth, clean cut edge is produced. Individually boxed and packed in dozens.
Always wear the proper protective gear when cutting glass. Failure to do so can result in injury.
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